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Blogs

Want to know what’s on the minds of some of OCLC’s most inquisitive team members? Then make it a habit to visit OCLC’s official blogs—you can even join the conversation by posting your own comments. OCLC’s bloggers continually scan the library landscape and beyond from a variety of viewpoints, looking for news, ideas and other information of potential interest to the library community.

See the latest from OCLC’s bloggers:

OCLC Developer Network Blog

News and ideas from the Web Services group and the Developer Network at OCLC.

025.431: The Dewey blog

News and views on classification issues, interesting and unusual DDC resources, and a means to provide ongoing feedback to help shape the DDC’s future.

Hanging Together

A place where some OCLC Research staff talk about the intersections we see happening between libraries, archives and museums. We frequently visit with RLG partners, attend conferences and take note of the interesting things we see along the way. Stop in, stay awhile, and hang out.

Hectic Pace

Andrew K. Pace, Executive Director for Networked Library Services, covers library systems and the state of library automation.

Lorcan Dempsey’s Weblog

A look at libraries, services and networks from OCLC’s Chief Strategist and Vice President, Research.

Outgoing

Thom Hickey, Chief Scientist for OCLC Research, covering library metadata techniques and trends.

QuestionPoint: 24/7 reference services

Information about the QuestionPoint service.

The OCLC Cooperative Blog

Insights and information from OCLC staff on topics that are fundamental to your cooperative.

A View of South America

Lucia Shelton, a member of the OCLC Latin America and the Caribbean team, is the primary correspondent for library news and events for this region. Lucia's colleague, Daniel Boivin, posts his chronicles as well. These intriguing, trilingual posts appear in English, Spanish and Portuguese.

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